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Congress has ten legislative days to draft a budget. If there is an agreement, we will only have to wait until December for things to become interesting again, according to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
Polish authorities are having to defend the area believed to house a Nazi Gold train as treasure hunters try to gain access to the Nazi gold train in southwestern Poland. In the wooded hills around the city of Walbrzych, something … Continue reading
The rout in global equity markets has only managed to underpin gold, as resistance at $1,170 to $1,172 has kept a lid on the market. Even news that Belarus has added to reserves has done little to encourage fresh length … Continue reading
After remaining in a narrow range for most of 2015, the Dow Jones fell more than 1,000 points on Monday. “If things don’t settle down in China, we could have another ugly open tomorrow and you wouldn’t want to be … Continue reading
China devalued its currency last night in a sign that the country’s economic outlook is dim. The action by China could delay the timing of the Federal Reserve’s expected US interest rate hike which would have an effect on the … Continue reading
The current bear market in gold and silver miners is the worst Sprott Chairman Rick Rule has seen since the 1980s, and he believes the recovery with be “dramatic” changing with it the sentiment of the gold market. Sentiment all … Continue reading
click for full image The Kennedy half dollar, first minted in 1964, is a fifty-cent coin currently issued by the United States Mint. Intended as a memorial to the assassinated President John F. Kennedy, it was authorized by Congress just … Continue reading
At La Jolla Coin & Precious Metals, it is not only gold bullion, silver bullion, pre-1933 gold coins you can purchase for the best prices in San Diego, but also currency. United Coin & Precious Metals has had numerous currency … Continue reading
The Pittman Act of 1918 resulted in the melting of more than 270 million Morgan silver dollars. This bullion was then sold overseas. The US Mint had to buy bullion from US mining companies for more than the market price. … Continue reading